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“More Bulls–t” – Ric Flair Is Offended After Being Left Out Of The Rock’s Latest Project About WCW

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The demise of World Championship Wrestling has long been a subject of fascination and debate among wrestling fans and industry insiders alike. Now, a new docuseries titled “Who Killed WCW?” is set to shed fresh light on the downfall of one of wrestling’s most iconic promotions.

Produced by Vice in collaboration with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions, “Who Killed WCW?” aims to provide a comprehensive and unfiltered look at the events that led to the demise of WCW. Unlike previous accounts, this series promises to offer a true non-WWE perspective, delving into untold stories, conducting new interviews, and examining the factors that contributed to WCW’s downfall.

The four-part miniseries is scheduled to premiere on June 4 at 10 PM EST exclusively on VICE TV, offering wrestling fans a deep dive into the inner workings of WCW during its final days.

You can watch the trailer below:

With contributions from key figures such as Kevin Nash, Booker T, Vince Russo, Eric Bischoff, Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg, Kevin Sullivan, and others, “Who Killed WCW?” presents a unique opportunity to revisit this pivotal period in wrestling history from multiple viewpoints.

According to Kevin Nash, a central figure in the documentary, “Who Killed WCW?” offers an authentic and unvarnished account of WCW’s demise, free from the influence of previous narratives or WWE’s perspective on the matter. By exploring the controversies, missteps, and behind-the-scenes dynamics that ultimately spelled the end for WCW, this series aims to provide viewers with a clearer understanding of the company’s downfall:

“We told our story. Not the WWE Victor’s version. This will be the first real take.”

2-Time WWE Hall of Famer and current AEW talent Ric Flair wasn’t interviewed for this project and he isn’t happy about it.

Here’s what The Nature Boy posted on Social Media:

“As Usual More Bullsh*t, No Interview With Ric Flair Who Was WCW, And Who Made Everyone There For 20 Years. Run By The The Same People Who Killed The Company. How Embarrassing!! A Documentary About WCW Without Me!

And According To Eric Bischoff On 83 Weeks, I Was The Greatest WCW Wrestler, And I Made Everyone In The Company As There Wouldn’t Be Anyone Without Me.

Diamonds Are Forever And So Is Ric Flair! For You Haters, Please Go To 83 Weeks With Eric Bischoff If You Have A Problem!”

WATCH: WCW Diva Major Gunns (Tylene Buck) Removes Her Clothes:

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